Where homes are affordable

Residents who buy real estate in these 25 towns see their incomes go the furthest.

North College Hill, Ohio
Clockwise from top left: City Hall, Becker Elementary School, welcome sign
6. North College Hill, Ohio
Median family income: $52,482
Median home price (2006): $80,761

While this Cincinnati suburb dates back to the early 20th century, you don't need old money to live there. Well-maintained ranches and Cape Cods go for under $100,000, and you can pick up a newer four-bedroom for under $170,000. The Ronald Reagan Cross Country Highway provides fine transportation access but hasn't caused property values to skyrocket.

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